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Make Savings on Car Servicing with the New Toyota 5+ Club

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Make Savings on Car Servicing with the New Toyota 5+ Club

Toyota has launched the new Toyota 5+ Club, offering valuable discounts on the servicing and MOT bills for cars more than five years old.

  • Famous for long-lasting quality, Toyota want to encourage owners to take care of their older vehicles to maximise their durability and reliability. With a refresh on the Toyota 5+ Club, Toyota are offering valuable discounts on the servicing and MOT bills for cars more than five years old.

    Owners will automatically qualify for membership if their Toyota car, van or pick-up is between five and 16 years old, and there is only one simple online registration form to join. There is no joining fee or annual subscription charge. Once approved, a membership card is issued, which secures a 20% reduction on the standard cost of interim and full vehicle services and the annual MOT test at participating Toyota centres. 

    There are multiple benefits in choosing an authorised Toyota centre for vehicle maintenance: the work will be carried out by Toyota-trained technicians and original parts and equipment will be fitted, all with the peace of mind of a one-year warranty. The work can be carried out while-you-wait, and will include a free vehicle health check and, subject to availability, a car wash. 

  • Potential Savings with the Toyota 5+ Club

    Model Range Intermediate Service Toyota 5+ Club Price Full Service Toyota 5+ Club Price

    AYGO

    £145 £116 £260 £208
    iQ, Urban Cruiser, Verso S, Yaris (exc GRMN) £165 £132 £295 £236

    Auris, Avensis, C-HR, Camry, Celica, Corolla, Dyna, Hiace, MR2, Previa, Prius, RAV4, Verso

    £190 £152 £340 £236

    GT86, Hilux,  Land Cruiser

    £250 £200 £395 £316

    PROACE

    £335 £268 £750 £600
  • *Terms and conditions apply, full details available here. Models excluded are vehicles produced prior to 2003, Camry models prior to 2006 and the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell saloon.

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Marketing Executive at Group1 Automotive
2 months ago
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